Bohemian Dives

In a trash city Roughly 1 million dollars in cash and jewelry were found in cardboard boxes, trunks and Cracker Jack boxes, and $500,000 was found in an oilskin bag that Ida hid under her skirt. An Ephemeral New York “Ida dies 5 months after her ‘discovery’ in 1932,” age 93. The Mudd Club mythologyContinue reading “Bohemian Dives”

Surge

cacotopia,[1]kakotopia, or simply anti-utopia) They wanted to be seen and heard. But now more importantly, they needed someone they could trust. l trust Is there a chemical in our brains that makes us trust others? And what determines when this does – or doesn’t – happen? Decades of research into the neuroscience of trust have answeredContinue reading “Surge”

It’s fatal to equivocate

Sgt Radisson, Genevieve’s one and only Saudi Arabian expert, was on the move, in June, last seen off route 7 with Lou Lewis, brother of Lewellyn “L.E.” Lewis Carter, the matriarch in charge of wayward manor where people in danger recovered, returned to “society” as living treasures. *any legacy largely ignored Intended scope of theContinue reading “It’s fatal to equivocate”

The Horse had a name

He was told by a reliable source that this was about a rather large industrial sized fan they used to circulate the air in their rehearsal space. The fan was out of balance, and would vibrate, and “crawl” across the floor. They called it Big Bertha… Picking up 95S, stubborn, southern, sultry, heading for anContinue reading “The Horse had a name”

The Abandoned, Apocalyptic Architecture of One Bold 1970s Retail Chain | Atlas Obscura

It’s the end of the world as we know it, and Best Products is having a sale. — Read on http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/best-superstores-architecture.amp